Nutrition Newsletter Content: Nutrition Guide for Alzheimer’s Prevention

New Release #1 : Nutrition Guide for Alzheimer’s Prevention

Picture yourself parking your car at the grocery store. You go in, finish your usual shopping routine, pay for your groceries, and exit the store. Once you walk out with all these bags of groceries, you realize you’ve forgotten where you parked your car! This type of situation can be laughable, and, honestly, it happens to the best of us. Forgetfulness may even become more common as we age. Unfortunately, once this type of amnesia turns into forgetting how you even got to the grocery store, our brains may have already begun an evident cognitive decline known as Alzheimer’s disease.

In honor of Alzheimer’s Awareness Month, this issue is dedicated to nutrition and lifestyle interventions to fight Alzheimer’s disease.

  • Main Article
    Nutrition Guide for Alzheimer’s Prevention
  • Mini Article
    4 Habits to Reduce Risk of Alzheimer’s Disease
  • Recipe of the Month
    Salmon with Roasted Red Pepper Quinoa Salad

New Release #2 : Exercise is Medicine

In 2018, the Physical Activity Guidelines for Americans recommended adults participate in at least 150 to 300 minutes of moderate-intensity exercises, such as brisk walking, cycling, or dancing – or 75 to 150 minutes of vigorous exercise like running – every week. In addition, they also recommend strength training at least twice a week.

Almost four years after these guidelines were rolled out, Americans are not moving enough. Between the pandemic, increase in virtual working and living, along with other life stressors, distractions, and reasons.

The truth is, exercise is one of the best medicines for a healthy mind, body, and spirit. This month I’m sharing the benefits you reap using exercise as medicine and tips to get started!

  • Main Article
    7 Ways Exercise Keeps you Healthy & Strong
  • Mini Article
    The Movement Prescription
  • Recipe of the Month
    Chipotle Pumpkin Black Bean Chili by: Canned Food Alliance.
November National Health, Wellness, Food, and Nutrition Awareness Observations:
  • American Diabetes
  • Alzheimer’s Disease Awareness
  • Diabetic Eye Disease Month
  • Gluten-Free Diet Awareness
  • Lung Cancer Awareness
  • Pancreatic Cancer Awareness
  • Stomach Cancer Awareness
  • Epilepsy
  • Gratitude
  • Movember
  • Vegan Month
  • Apple
  • Banana Pudding Lover’s
  • Peanut Butter Lover’s
  • Pepper Month
  • Pecan
  • Pomegranate
  • Raisin Bread
  • Stuffing
  • Spinach and Squash
Additional Topics for November Include:
  1. Nature’s Cornucopia

    November is National Healthy Skin Month! This issue takes a seasonal twist and shares with readers what fall foods to include in their diet for healthy skin!

  2. 5 Foods For a Healthy Gut

    With the holidays right around the corner, this issue reveals the top five foods to prevent holiday bloat and promote a healthy gut. Sure to be an issue your readers love!

  3. Holiday Food Police

    This newsletter is written for eating disorder clients or any practice that focuses on a non-diet approach. This issue addresses how to approach situations where someone acts like the “food police”—filled with tips and practical advice on responding to harmful and inappropriate comments regarding food and nutrition.

  4. Holiday HALT

    This popular issue is on the famous acronym HALT, which helps clients identify the various reasons one might eat. From honoring hunger to eating out of anger, loneliness, or fatigue, knowing how to tune into why someone is eating is essential for client success. Clients are especially vulnerable during the holiday seasons to eat because they are angry, lonely, tired, or bored, and without self-awareness, this could easily pack on unwanted pounds.

  5. Essential Supplement Every Vegan Needs

    If you work with vegan clients or anyone considering going vegan, this is a must-share issue! Many of the nutrient deficiencies seen from a vegan diet usually take years to appear, which is why educating vegan clients on the supplements for optimal health and well-being is essential.

  6. Celebrate World Kindness Day with Positive Affirmations

    In honor of World Kindness Day, this newsletter is filled with positive affirmations and tips. If you want to inspire your clients to practice positive self-care for a healthy mind and body, this is a must-send newsletter!

  7. Fight Inflammation with Good Food Spices

    As a nutrition professional, you know there is no one superfood to cure chronic inflammation. Still, instead, the key is to eat a variety of nutrient-dense foods to boost the body’s immune system and reduce inflammatory stress. This issue is dedicated to foods and spices that fight inflammation.

  8. Diabetes Awareness Month

    Diabetes is a serious disease. Sixteen million Americans have diabetes, and there are 798,000 new cases diagnosed each year. Diabetes is the seventh leading cause of death in the United States. It is also the leading cause of blindness and kidney disease and the most frequent cause of lower leg amputations. This issue is dedicated to educating your readers on the basics of diabetes along with nutrition and lifestyle tips

  9. The Mason Jar Movement: 3 Foolproof Meals Anyone Can Assemble

    Inspire your readers to create beautiful meals in a glass jar! Not only do mason jars help create meals that look aesthetically appealing, but they also provide a practical and portable solution for anyone who wants to eat more nutritious meals. This issue is filled with healthy and delicious recipes your readers will love, from overnight oats, fiesta salads, and noodle bowls!

  10. Prevent the Spike

    The holiday season is right around the corner, and with it comes food, festivities, family, and friends. However, for clients with diabetes, enjoying the food and celebrations can be a little more challenging. This issue is dedicated to sharing practical tips and tricks to help your clients better balance blood sugar while enjoying holiday food and festivities!

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